US Sailing Releases 2021 Reach Impact Report & Grant Application

  BRISTOL, R.I. (March 16, 2022) – US Sailing has released the 2021 Reach Initiative Impact Report. Launched in 2012, Reach is US Sailing’s STEM Education Initiative. Since its inception, Reach has had an immeasurable impact on youth across the country who are learning Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) concepts using sailing as an educational platform. As the Reach Initiative…Read More

International Day of Women and Girls in Science US Sailing Spotlight: Shelley Brown

Interested in the sciences from a young age, Shelley Brown is a native Rhode Islander who has spent a lifetime sailing with family from Bar Harbor, ME to Long Island, NY. She is the Director for Sailors for the Sea Powered by Oceana, the world’s leading ocean conservation organization that engages, educates and activates the…Read More

International Day of Women and Girls in Science US Sailing Spotlight: Rachael Miller

February 11th is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. In celebration, US Sailing is recognizing Rachael Miller. Rachael is the Founder of Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, Co-Inventor of the Cora Ball, National Geographic Explorer, and an Explorer's Club Fellow. She is focused on protecting the ocean and addressing the problem of…Read More

US Sailing & Kilroy Realty to Host Sustainability Day for Youth in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (August 2, 2021) – US Sailing and US Sailing Team premier sponsor Kilroy Realty is hosting a Sustainability Day for youth sailors in the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday, August 13, 2021 at Crissy Field.

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US Sailing Announces 2021 Reach Grant Recipients  

Sailing centers throughout the country have been awarded grants to grow youth sailing utilizing STEM and environmental education through the US Sailing Reach Initiative. The grants provide non-profit sailing centers with funds and resources to further their Reach program goals and provide more opportunities for students in their community. 

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US Sailing Reach Initiative Publishes 2020 Impact Report 

The US Sailing Reach Initiative has released its 2020 Impact Report. Launched in 2012, Reach is US Sailing’s STEM education initiative. Since its inception, Reach has had an immeasurable impact on youth across the country who are learning Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) concepts using sailing as an educational platform. 

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Recognizing a Reach Instructor on International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Mary Dowd

It is International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Thursday, February 11! We would like to recognize US Sailing Reach Instructor Mary Dowd. Mary is the Program Director at New England Science & Sailing (NESS).

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Recognizing a Reach Instructor on International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Sara Rosenblatt

It is International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Thursday, February 11! We would like to recognize US Sailing Reach Instructor Sara Rosenblatt. Sara is the Marine Science Program Assistant at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center in San Diego (MBAC).

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US Sailing Announces Reach Youth Engagement Grants for Programs in Midwest, Pacific Northwest

Sailing centers in the Midwest and Pacific Northwest have been awarded Youth Engagement Grants by US Sailing’s Reach Initiative. Congratulations to Green Bay Sail & Paddle, Milwaukee Community Sailing Center, The Foundry Sailing Association, and the Oregon Youth Sailing Foundation for being awarded Youth Engagement Grants in 2020 from US Sailing.

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US Sailing Reach Hub Grants Awarded to Centers in Southern California and Midwest

Sailing centers in the Southern California and Midwest regions have been awarded Reach Hub grants to grow youth sailing through STEM and environmental education as part of the US Sailing Reach Initiative. Congratulations to the Mission Bay Aquatic Center, US Sailing Center Long Beach, Newport Sea Base, Orange Coast College School of Sailing & Seamanship, Westwind Sailing, and Columbia Sailing School.

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